Never mind gossip, innocent people speculation on the potential future events, this morning the Mill can do much better than this: we flew also news of something that has already happened. Chelsea have already offered the Paris Saint-Germain’s £55m for Marco Verratti, ” said the Sun, even if the Italian is the current situation sounds complicated enough: he wanted to “stay” in Paris, while PSG are “ready to sell”. More specifically, he is happy to stay in Paris as long as his employers to improve the scarily skinny £120,000-a-week salary that he stupidly agreed to when the signature of a new agreement for five years only, in January last.
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Moreover, the newly-crowned champions league are also reinforced for something of an exodus, but especially the players, they no longer want or don’t want to quite yet. John Terry is the biggest name on the rejection of the list, with former Stamford Bridge coach Paul Clement “expected to make contact next week” with the former captain of England, and therefore of the pit, Swansea “head-to-head with Bournemouth”, according to the Mail, while the Telegraph report that West Brom are in the driver’s seat. “It is understood Terry is open to the prospect of joining them,” they write, “and has concerns that Bournemouth expansive style of play could leave him exposed.” Otherwise, Ruben Loftus-Cheek wants to go out on loan, and Tammy Abraham is going to try to replicate this success in the year to the City of Bristol also, Kurt Zouma and Ola Aina are available, Michy Batshuayi will be loaned or sold, and while they prefer to keep Nathan Aké his desire for first team football may force them to sell.
Eric Dier has added his voice to the growing number of Tottenham defensive players who want to leave the club, reports the Mail, with Kyle Walker and Danny Rose already manoeuvre themselves towards the exit. “The England trio are the target for the Manchester clubs willing to double their pay packets,” they write, “and all three are said to be ready to go.” Pink may find it more difficult to get out of the door, because he needs an operation on his left knee which would have to hop, but the other could double their current £65,000-a-week wages. Dier, who has been valued at £40m, is on Manchester United’s shopping list-and, it is said, “expect to make it obvious that he wants to leave”, a development which could have disturbing consequences in the spirit of his “best friend”, Dele Alli.
In the whole of north London, Arsenal are “looking to strengthen the defence, midfield and their wide range of offensive options” – so that their transfer policy that could reasonably be summarized as all the world, but the guardians of order – according to the Mirror, and three names on their midfield in the short list are lyonnais ‘ Corentin Tolisso, who wants to leave the club, but can cost more than £30m, Malaga Pablo Fornals, and Monaco Thomas Lemar, which are respectively 22, 21 and also 21. David Ospina, meanwhile, has announced that he wants to “go in a team where I will play regularly” and would be “happy to go to Turkey if the right offer comes in”, so they may need to sign a goalkeeper after all. Which is just as well, as elsewhere in the same document of the Arsenal are one of four clubs linked to Stoke, Jack Butland, with Chelsea and Manchester deadly duo.
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Jürgen Klopp believes that it is in need of five new recruits to transform to his Liverpool squad into genuine title contenders, writes the Independent, with a forward, a central midfielder, a central defender and at least one rear-left need. RB Leipzig Timo Werner and Naby Keita could fill the first two slots free, then they will do their full back of the shopping near the house, being what they are “confident that they can find an agreement” for sought-after Fulham prodigy Ryan Sessegnon – valued at £15m and is also wanted by Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City – Hull and Andrew Robertson. The Liverpool Echo is not sure he agrees, saying that Sessegnon “remains Liverpool’s top left-back target”, but if Robertson is also on their short list “there are a number of names before him,” and the movement is thus “unlikely to materialise”, and that Klopp wants to buy a winger, with the Roma, Mohamed Salah, one of those being considered.
Manchester City are ready to take a £10m hit on Nolito, reports the Manchester Evening News, the player they bought from Celta Vigo for € 13.8 million less than a year available now for only £3.4 m – it is that or continue to pay him the sum of 100 000 pounds per week for the next four years – and Real Betis first to publicly declare their interest. The Spaniard has played just 42 minutes of league football this calendar year, but the Betis president, Sarra Ferrer, is nevertheless bright: “would I like to have Nolito? Yes,” he said. “But we have to wait for the new coach to give his opinion.”